How Often Should the Brake Fluid be Replaced in My Nissan?

Nissan recommends replacing your brake fluid every 20,000 miles under normal operating conditions. This service is similar to a blood transfusion as the old brake fluid is removed and replaced with new Nissan Brake Fluid.

According to our Nissan factory-trained technicians there are two main reasons to replace the fluid.

Brake fluid can break down just like any other automotive fluid and needs to be periodically replaced to maintain effectiveness.

Brake fluid is among the worst automotive fluid in attracting moisture. Moisture in your brake lines can result in corrosion occuring in the brake system that can lead to expensive repairs down the road. Also, moisture (water) in the brake lines can reduce the effectiveness of your Nissan’s braking system when stopping, especially under extreme conditions.

Stop by Nissan of LaGrange today and let us replace your brake fluid with Nissan Genuine Brake Fluid. You’ll also get the experience and knowledge of factory-trained Nissan technicians. You can even become a member of our Nissan of LaGrange Family Rewards Program and get 5% of the cost of the brake service to spend on future service needs.

Nissan of LaGrange, Georgia offers new Nissan cars, trucks, SUVs and crossovers to LaGrange, Newnan, Columbus, Auburn, the Valley, and Atlanta. We also offer Genuine Nissan Service and Maintenance in our Auto Repair Shop. Nissan of LaGrange should be your first stop for a new or used vehicle, oil changes using Genuine Nissan Oil Filters and factory recommended oil, brake service, car battery sales, tires, and auto glass replacement. Nissan of LaGrange where “You Come First!” Always open at http://www.nissanoflagrange.com.You can also reach us at 706-884-1744.

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